With the last course over and all of the guides headed south, it's time for projects at the AMS headquarters. We've been fixing leaky roofs, repairing gear, raking leaves and a lot more to go before the snow flies.
Colby on the roof inspecting Chip's work.
Chip's helper, Coco
Butterball laments that there is no one around to pet her.
We update the AMS blog whenever we hear from guides and instructors reporting from the field. Some staff call in more frequently than others. No news is good news and indicates all is going according to plan. We will do our best to keep those who want to be up to date, up to date.
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